Journey: South America: Salsa, Scenery and Steaks (14 nights)

- Erik Haugen, Erik Haugen, CEO of Kiwi Collection, has a well-deserved reputation as an outstanding merger and acquisition specialists, a leader and a premier long-range business development strategist. In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics magna cum laude from Cornell University he has a Master’s degree in both Marketing and Finance from one of the most celebrated academic institutions in America – the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. As an Executive in a handful of high-powered consulting firms, Erik has developed long-range strategic plans for several Fortune 100 clients. He has also found success as a Senior Sales and Marketing Executive in the pharmaceutical and resources industries of Europe and the United States. His extensive professional experience has led Erik all over the globe and he has been a guest at many of the world’s finest hotels. And, while traveling with his beloved wife, Erik has developed a passion for fine cuisine, fine hotels, and exotic locations. His success in the world of high-finance has allowed Erik to fuse his passion and professionalism into his current role at the helm of Kiwi Collection.

Kiwi Collection CEO Erik Haugen offers journey suggestions to travellers based upon his own personal experiences travelling around the globe. The journey below is meant to provide and idea of what is possible based on our experience and does not represent an endorsement of the particular properties chosen. All the properties in the Kiwi Collection have been chosen based on their ability to provide an outstanding guest experience and are recommended by Kiwi Collection.

Fly to Buenos Aires

Stay for 4 nights at the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt for shopping, salsa and steaks

Fly to El Calafante Airport

Stay for 3 nights at Esplendor El Calafate in the beautiful Patagonian countryside, close to the Perito Moreno glacier

Fly to Cordoba Airport

Stay for 3 nights in the Polo playing country of Cordoba at Estancia el Colibri, exploring the area by horseback or indulging in a few spa treatments

Fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to Carmelo by light plane or boat/car

Stay for 4 nights at the Four Seasons Resort Carmelo, near the beautiful UNESCO world heritage town of Colonia in the winery region of Uruguay

Transfer back to Buenos Aires by light plane

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